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SMU Meadows offers Community Series

SMU Meadows School of the Arts is offering six community concerts and events this spring as part of its “Meadows Community Series.” The opening performance will be Friday, Jan. 30, at Dallas City Performance Hall and will feature the Meadows Wind Ensemble.

SMU Women’s Tennis to host Campus Kids’ Day on Jan. 30

The SMU Women’s Tennis team will host a free Campus Kids’ Day Clinic on Jan. 30 following its match against Sam Houston State at the new SMU Tennis Complex. The clinic will be open to kids of all ages. Games and prizes

The Presidency and the Press in the Digital Age

Scholars and commentators will examine the evolving nature of the presidency and the press in the digital age in a symposium at SMU on Feb. 17. Since the late 1990s the fundamental relationship between the presidency and the press has undergone

Women’s Symposium celebrates 50th anniversary

The Women’s Symposium will celebrate its 50th anniversary on Wednesday March 4, 2015, in SMU’s Hughes-Trigg Student Center. The Symposium is the longest continuously running program of its nature in the country and one of SMU’s oldest and most distinguished traditions. The

SMU Simmons Luminary Awards honor advocates for education

Three education advocates for students from pre-K through college were honored with the Luminary Award Thursday, Jan. 22, by SMU’s Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development.  Michael Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College; The Luke Waites Center

SMU seismology team focusing on Irving after quakes

SMU’s seismology team is deploying more seismographs in the Irving area to better understand the series of earthquakes that United States Geological Survey (USGS) data indicates are occurring on or near the site of the old Texas Stadium.

Spring registration open for Continuing And Professional Ed

Registration for spring personal enrichment courses is now open! Explore subjects that excite and intrigue you, taught by instructors who are as enthusiastic about what they teach as you are to learn. With additional levels of existing courses, you can

Resolve to read more this coming year

Spark your knowledge and imagination with books by SMU faculty, alumni, libraries and museums, ranging from historical to fiction to inspirational.

Making our schools better places for learning and teaching

As part of an education class at SMU’s Simmons School of Education and Human Development, Anna Norkett, who is studying economics and public policy, and Rahfin Faruk, a student trustee, had the opportunity to visit schools with Mike Miles, the

Highlights of SMU in the News in 2014

Watch a video of SMU students, faculty and alumni in the news – and making news – during 2014. Highlights range from alumna Kathy Bates winning an Emmy, to faculty being interviewed about such topics as life-and-death issues, spanking, the

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